As stocks tanked at the tail-end of February due to fears related to coronavirus, it remains to be seen whether the investors selling now are planning on buying into alternatives for uncorrelated protection. With credit spreads blowing out and rising market volatility fears, institutional investors' activity for the rest of the year may be under threat.In the meantime, February was another busy month for mandates, with roughly $6.3 billion in alternative investment allocations, much of which came from public investment portfolios.
EnTrust buys back Legg Mason stakeThe $21 billion alternative . . .
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